Edwards' $5.3 Million Chapel Hill Enclave Is Par For The Presidency

President Bush has the "Western White House" at his ranch in Texas. Should John Edwards win the race to replace him, he'll have a "Southern White House" ready to go.

Edwards and his family have a home that sits on 102 secluded acres surrounded by trees and defended by no-trespassing signs. It's a 28-thousand-square-foot unfinished estate that has enough privacy for a president. It also has presidential amenities, and some argue it's a sign of presidential ambitions.

A main home that could easily be called a mansion boasts five bedrooms and six-and-a-half baths.

It's connected by a covered walkway to a bright red addition, know as "The Barn," that includes its own living quarters along with a handball court, an indoor pool and an indoor basketball court with a stage at one end.